University at Albany basketball alum, Evan Singletary, has singed a professional basketball contract with BK Iskra Svit in Slovakia for the upcoming season.

Singletary is one of the best players to have ever played at Albany.

He transferred into UA for the 2014-15 season from Moberly Community College in Missouri. In the two years he played at UAlbany the team would have a record of 48-18. Singletary started every game in that stretch. The 48 wins are the most in any two year period in program history. In 2014-15, as a junior, the Danes also won the America East title and played in the NCAA tournament.

Evan Singletary was also voted All America East First Team both his junior, and senior season. He's just the second player in the division one era (Jamar Wilson) to be named to the First Team on two separate occasions. He scored 857 points and dished out 191 assists in his 66 games at Albany.

He'll now play in the Slovak Extraliga, the best basketball league Slovakia has to offer, for BK Iskra Svit. The team last won a Extraliga championship in 2003. Singletary's season starts October 8th.

Here are some highlights of Singletary putting in work for UAlbany.